Tuesday, March 8, 2016
call me mama rabbit
She's got a killer sense of humour, a goofy laugh and a wild imagination.
Some days she is a human little girl but most of the time she is a rabbit.
Or a puppy, or a cat.
But mostly a rabbit.
With paws held in front of her she hops about the place sniffing at things and requesting carrots.
She leaps about with lifelike accuracy despite her non-bunny size.
Sometimes she will come jump on mummy bunny and give me a little bunny lick (yay).
Sometimes the bunny will not get dressed because, "bunnies don't wear clothes."
It is very hard to argue with this one.
The bunny also likes to hop around at the shops. The bunny gets dirt on her knees and hands. Then the bunny wipes her face and looks like a poor gutter child. The bunny's mother looks like a neglectful parent.
The bunny takes a very long time to hop anywhere and often goes for a fun ride in the bunny car at the grocery shops. (See above)
The bunny likes the bunny car and shrieks about it to everyone she sees in the shops.
This is pretty adorable.
The bunny also talks about herself in the third person. Like Elmo.
"The bunny is tired" or
"The bunny wants a carrot" or
"The bunny loves his (always his) mummy bunny." M
But the best thing the bunny does is eat bunny food.
It was a magical parenting moment when I offered the bunny a large piece of lettuce naming it Bunny Food. The eyes of that little rabbit lit up and she gobbled up the whole thing.
The bunny can stay.